Found November 20, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Jazz continue to be dominant at home, and the road-weary Houston Rockets can't wait to get back to more familiar surroundings. Backup guard Gordon Hayward scored 15 points, and Utah starters Randy Foye and Al Jefferson each had 14 points Monday night to lead the Jazz to a 102-91 victory over the Rockets at EnergySolutions Arena. The Jazz (6-6) led by as many as 23 points and didn't allow the Rockets to get any closer than nine in the second half while improving to 4-0 on their home court this season. "It's huge for us, especially coming from a road trip," said Hayward, referring to a 2-2 East Coast swing the Jazz returned from after Saturday's win in Washington. "We needed this win, and I think it was a confidence booster for us. We can carry this momentum into the next game." Houston (4-7) fell for the third time during its three-game trip and for the fourth straight time away from home after beginning 2-0 on th...
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